In honor of the re-opening of terraces in France, we are sharing 5 new terraces to try the next time you are in Paris!
This new terrace is perched on an immense rooftop that combines spectacular views of Paris, marine cuisine signed by chef Julien Sebbag and a highly polished décor. While the indoor dining room is open all year round, the steel pavilion opens up on sunny days onto a huge rooftop terrace with almost invisible glass railings that give the sensation of floating on rooftops facing the Opéra Garnier.
35 ru de la Chaussée d’Antin
Coeur Sacré (18e)
Arriving on May 20, 2021, Coeur Sacré will offer Montmarteans a first floor with a concept store featuring ethical designers, ephemeral exhibitions, a delicatessen, a bakery, and a wine bar. The top floor will feature a restaurant-café-bar with a large terrace overlooking the Sacré Coeur. Whether you are coming for coffee or wine, you are sure to stay for the view.
5 rue Saint-Eleuthère
La Caserne (10e)
This new multi-level building is built between the tracks of Gare de l’Est and the Canal Saint-Martin. It used to be a fire station that was built in 1879. Today it will be used to host ethical and sustainable fashion with a coworking space, a café, and a large open courtyard and rooftop bar with a terrace.
33-37 rue de l’Aqueduc
Canopy by Hilton Paris Trocadéro (16e)
The Hilton Group has opened a new hotel 300 meters from the Place du Trocadero in the 16 arrondissement of Paris. The 123 room and suite hotel with restaurant pays homage to the building’s industrial past in the 1930s. On top of this new hotel, you can enjoy the is a rooftop bar, Canopy, with a direct view of the Eiffel Tower and roofs of Paris.
Canopy by Hilton Paris
16 Ave D’Eylau
La Terrasse-Expo du Fluctuart (7e)
This is one of the first floating urban art centers in the world! Head to the Pont des Invalides to discover a variety of street art for free and enjoy some rosé on their 350m2 rooftop. It is a unique experience and has views that you could only dream of!
2 Port du Gros Caillou
We hope that you are as excited as we are to try these five new terraces in Paris! Make sure to bookmark this article for the next time that you are in Paris.